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Read Case Report Step 1: Introduction- Summarize case Report (1-1.5 Pages) Step

Read Case Report
Step 1: Introduction- Summarize case Report (1-1.5 Pages)
Step 2: Causes of Low Potassium (HypoKalemia) ( 2 Pages)
Step 3: What effects on the body system ( 6 Pages)
***10th page has to be the reference page***
No cover page
Report is attached below
(https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5916233/)

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Biology

For your final paper, you will revise both your publishs and combine them to form

For your final paper, you will revise both your publishs and combine them to form a complete scientific paper with Title, Abstract, Introduction, Methods, Results, Discussion, and Literature Cited.
As you work on preparing your final paper, make sure that you are taking your TA’s suggestions into account and editing your paper. Re-writing is as important step in good writing as the initial publishing process. The final paper is worth 75 points total, so it is a substantial assignment. If you are continuing on in a biology and wildlife degree, this type of paper is one you will continue to write, so the things you are working on here will give you a good foundation to build on in future courses.
As a reminder, there are several resources that provide guidance on your paper:
finding and using scientific literature (finding appropriate references to cite in your paper)-ATTACHED
writing a scientific-ATTACHED
rubric we will use to evaluate your final paper-ATTACHED
If you have questions or want your TA to look over any revisions before the paper is due, be sure to get in touch far enough ahead to get your questions answered or get the feedback you’re looking for.
Attached is both of the annotated parts that need to be combined to make 1 entire paper. Please use the feedback to create the scientific paper.

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For this assignment, you will briefly report the findings of the two photosynthe

For this assignment, you will briefly report the findings of the two photosynthesis experiments you carried out. This is NOT a scientific paper, but you will include a few elements that are also found in a scientific paper. You have already done most of the work for this assignment – you previously wrote hypotheses and predictions for both photosynthesis experiments, and you have already made both graphs. Here, you will revise those if needed, and use the results shown in your graphs to evaluate both hypotheses. In total, this is only 3 paragraphs and both your graphs.
1. Review your hypothesis and predictions for each experiment and our feedback on them. You received feedback on your hypothesis and predictions for the effect of light in the assignment “Lab – Photosynthesis Experiment Background,” and you received feedback on both your graphs. If you provided your hypothesis and predictions with your second graph (the one on the variable your group decided to test), you also received feedback on those as part of that assignment. Write a single paragraph that includes a well-written hypothesis and predictions for each of the two photosynthesis experiments. Remember that each hypothesis should address the mechanism behind it.
2. Make any necessary revisions to your graphs and put both of them after your hypotheses and predictions. You will need to number your graphs “Figure 1” and “Figure 2” for this assignment.
3. Evaluate each of your hypotheses using the experimental results. Write a separate paragraph for each experiment. When you evaluate the hypothesis, be sure to state whether it was supported or rejected by the experiment, and briefly explain why. Your explanation should refer to things that are shown in your graph and tell me why those things support your conclusion about your hypothesis. For each hypothesis, also briefly explain how the results make sense based on what you know about biology (how photosynthesis works, how enzymes work, etc.). You do NOT need to provide any references for this. You will need to expand on what you submitted when you evaluated each hypotheses based on the experimental results.
All three of the above should be included in a single file that you will save as a Word file or pdf and upload for this assignment. The grading guidelines for this assignment are here Download The grading guidelines for this assignment are here.
Learning Objectives
You should be able to
write testable hypotheses and predictions that are based on a solid understanding of biological principles.
construct graphs of experimental results that effectively illustrate the findings of the experiment and follow formatting expectations.
use the results of experiments to evaluate hypotheses and draw conclusions about the underlying biological principles tested.
explain your reasoning and logic clearly and effectively, with reference to data and to biological principles.
Attached is the grading rubic, both graphs with annotations (corrections), and lab experiment directions(just in case)

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For your final paper, you will revise both your drafts and combine them to form

For your final paper, you will revise both your drafts and combine them to form a complete scientific paper with Title, Abstract, Introduction, Methods, Results, Discussion, and Literature Cited.
As you work on preparing your final paper, make sure that you are taking your TA’s suggestions into account and editing your paper. Re-writing is as important step in good writing as the initial drafting process. The final paper is worth 75 points total, so it is a substantial assignment. If you are continuing on in a biology and wildlife degree, this type of paper is one you will continue to write, so the things you are working on here will give you a good foundation to build on in future courses.
As a reminder, there are several resources that provide guidance on your paper:
finding and using scientific literature (finding appropriate references to cite in your paper)-ATTACHED
writing a scientific-ATTACHED
rubric we will use to evaluate your final paper-ATTACHED
If you have questions or want your TA to look over any revisions before the paper is due, be sure to get in touch far enough ahead to get your questions answered or get the feedback you’re looking for.
Attached is both of the annotated parts that need to be combined to make 1 entire paper. Please use the feedback to create the scientific paper.

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Biology

Read Case Report Step 1: Introduction- Summarize case Report (1-1.5 Pages) Step

Read Case Report
Step 1: Introduction- Summarize case Report (1-1.5 Pages)
Step 2: Causes of Low Potassium (HypoKalemia) ( 2 Pages)
Step 3: What effects on the body system ( 6 Pages)
***10th page has to be the reference page***
No cover page
Report is attached below
(https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5916233/)

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Biology

Attached is a research paper you will use to make the presentation. In the slide

Attached is a research paper you will use to make the presentation.
In the slides you will explain each of the 9 figures(DATA RESULTS ) in the research paper (the experiment part). What each figure means, how the experiment was ran, and what does it have to do with cell signaling all in simple terms FROM STEP 1 TO LAST STEP. Explain how the experiment was conducted, who conducted it and what the purpose of it was and make sure you put those diagrams from the paper onto the presentation. Please be as clear and simple as possible for each diagram while also giving a clear understanding of the data/results we are looking at and again why it is important. You are basically summarizing this paper/experiment they ran using all of the nine figures and explaining each of them.

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Biology

Attached is a research paper you will use to make the presentation. In the slide

Attached is a research paper you will use to make the presentation.
In the slides you will explain each of the 9 figures(DATA RESULTS ) in the research paper (the experiment part). What each figure means, how the experiment was ran, and what does it have to do with cell signaling all in simple terms FROM STEP 1 TO LAST STEP. Explain how the experiment was conducted, who conducted it and what the purpose of it was and make sure you put those diagrams from the paper onto the presentation. Please be as clear and simple as possible for each diagram while also giving a clear understanding of the data/results we are looking at and again why it is important. You are basically summarizing this paper/experiment they ran using all of the nine figures and explaining each of them.

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Biology

Please see the Assignment Instructions attached. Explain what food additives are

Please see the Assignment Instructions attached.
Explain what food additives are and the role they play in food production.

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Biology

Please see the Assignment Instructions attached. Explain what food additives are

Please see the Assignment Instructions attached.
Explain what food additives are and the role they play in food production.

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Biology

Option #1: The Community Action Plan: Written Report and Slide Presentation Your

Option #1: The Community Action Plan: Written Report and Slide Presentation
Your Portfolio Project for this class is a Community Action Plan designed to alleviate or correct a public-health issue in (Food Waste) in your community. Your community can be your business, school, neighborhood, town or city of residence or birth, or county. The case study, with five sections (Symptoms, Diagnosis, Cure, Timeline, and Prevention). Each section should be about a page in length. Your entire paper must be 4-5 pages in length not counting the title or reference pages, which must be included. In the Symptoms section, describe the public-health issue that you have observed in your community. What “symptoms” does it exhibit? Think about whom it affects, where it affects them, and how In the Diagnosis section, discuss the causes of the issue, and give examples of other communities that have suffered the same problem. How did those communities solve or attempt to address the issue?
In the Cure section, discuss possible options for a cure for this public-health issue. How can you get rid of it, or reduce its occurrence in your community?
In the prevention section, discuss possible options for prevention of the public-health issue that you have selected. How can you reduce the chance of people being impacted by your issue in the future?
In the Timeline section, discuss the time needed for campaigning, education, funding, building, and implementation.
You must back up your sections using at least two scholarly articles. You may use readings other than the textbook to meet this requirement. The paper should be based on references to scholarly materials (rather than on introductory textbooks, popular website writings, or musings, for example) and should support your claims with evidence.
The key community members or partners that you plan on contacting, with an explanation why these individuals or organizations make sense as potential partners. Incorporate them into a discussion of your plan, do not just list them.
A special emphasis on either the demographics of the affected population or the economic implications
A realistic timeline for your plan. Discuss the time needed for campaigning, education, funding, building, and implementation. The paper shall comply with the requirements defined within the APA guidelines. Refer to the Portfolio Project rubric for grading criteria.
Final Instructions for Slide Presentation:
The slide presentation describes the problem in your community and your action plan.
Your presentation must be 8-10 slides in length not counting the title and reference slides. Your presentation must be supported by at least two scholarly articles.
You may use a Web-based slide presentation software such as Prezi, for example, or you may use PowerPoint. If you use a Web-based tool, include the URL to your presentation in a Word document and upload with your presentation.
The audience for this presentation will be community members or organizations you wish to educate about the public-health issue and your proposed plan.
The purpose of this slide presentation is to educate the audience about the issue. Keep in mind that in real life you will have limited time to convince people of the gravity of the situation and to come on board with their support, so you want to be persuasive and get to the key points quickly and effectively.